Welcome to Alaska
Alaska really needs no introduction as a climbing destination. Home to the highest peak on the North American Continent, and thousands upon thousands of other peaks and routes, there are many lifetimes of climbing to be done in America’s largest state.
Be sure to check out all the benefits of AAC Membership in Alaska.
Please contact Section Chair Harold Hunt or James Brady for details about the Club’s activities in Alaska.
Harold Hunt—Alaska Section Co-Chair
Harry spent his early years in New England, first climbed on North Conway Granite in 1983, and in the next several years made accents of the ” Black Dike “, The Last Gentleman, “Remission”, and lead a trip into Mt. Katahdin in the winter—climbing the “Cilley Barber Route”.
After climbing the “Cassin Ridge ” on Denali, and feeling the magic of Alaska, he moved there in the Fall of 1990. Since moving north and living in Anchorage , running a small residential remodeling business H+L Construction.com.
Climbs throughout the area including the second accent of Ham + Eggs on the Moose’ s Tooth, East Ridge of Mt. Logan, and the first accent of the North East ridge on Mt. Natazhat. Also he has been very active in exploring the Alaska backcountry for ice climbs.
Using his building craft Harry spearheaded the building of Serenity Fall cabin at the Eklutna Glacier, one of the better winter climbing areas in South Central AK, and last year the construction of the AAC owned Snowbird Hut